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Ole Miss visited the World War II Museum in New Orleans after Sugar Bowl practice


Ole Miss wants to complete the season on a winning note and have the offensive weapons to zip past the Oklahoma State Cowboys.

Rebels record setting quarterback Chad Kelly and his teammates participated in a two-hour practice session in the Superdome.  Head coach Hugh Freeze doesn't want a repeat of last season's Peach Bowl where TCU popped the Rebels 42-3.

Ole Miss offensive coordinator Dan Werner said, "I just look at their talent and their scheme, and they have a couple of really good players.  "There corners are really good.  And they have a defensive end that is projected to be a first-round pick.  Schematically, they do a lot of things that cause some problems.  So we're going to have to, obviously, play well.

Oklahoma State may be without starting quarterback Mason Rudolph.  The 6-4, 220 pound sophomore is recovering from what some say is a broken bone in his foot.  Senior J.W. Walsh has split time with Rudolph and is strong point is his mobility.  Walsh has 11 rushing touchdowns this senior.

Ole Miss legend Archie Manning was in attendance at the Rebels practice and he'll be in that number New Year's night at 7:30 when the Sugar Bowl game kicks off.

The Rebels toured a portion of the National World War II Museum which is ranked the No. 3 museum in the United States by TripAdvisor.

Ole Miss will hold another practice in the Superdome on Tuesday and will hold a team dinner at the award-winning Red Fish Grill in the French Quarter.

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